Tiny Tiny RSS

Tiny Tiny RSS

Web site: tt-rss.org
Category: Network
Subcategory: RSS Readers
Platform: Cross-platform
License: GPL
Interface: Web browser
Programing language: PHP
First release: August 22, 2005
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Tiny Tiny RSS – a free and open source web-based news feed (RSS/Atom) reader and aggregator. It is designed to allow you to read news from any location, while feeling as close to a real desktop application as possible.

Features:
– Free software, licensed under GNU GPLv3;
– Self-hosted: control your own data and protect your privacy instead of relying on third party services;
– Supports:
* feed aggregation / syndication,
* keyboard shortcuts,
* OPML import/export,
* multiple ways to share stuff: export RSS feeds, plugins for various social sites, sharing by URL, etc,
* sharing arbitrary content through tt-rss,
* Plugins and themes,
* embedding full article content via readability and site-specific plugins,
* deduplication, including perceptual hashing for images,
* podcasts,
* flexible article filtering,
* JSON API,
* and much more…
– Official Android client (Apkmonk, Play Store, Source)

Protopage

Protopage

Web site: protopage.com
Category: Network
Subcategory: RSS Readers
Platform: Cross-platform
License: Proprietary
Interface: Web browser
Programing language:
First release: May 2005
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Protopage – a personal page that you can access from any computer, tablet or smartphone. You can monitor news headlines from almost any web site, even obscure ones. Your page can be private or public. Keep bookmarks, to-do lists, sticky notes, and much more.

The search feature (after clicking the Add Widgets button) lets you add your own selection of news headlines from almost any web site. To read a news article, click the headline inside the news widget.

Use bookmark widgets for fast access to all of the web sites you go to most. Click the ‘edit’ button on a bookmarks widget to enter your favorite web site addresses.

You can add sticky notes on your page. To edit the text, simply click inside the widget and start typing. You can also add to-do lists, calendars, photos, and much more.

You can then decide whether each category is private, public, or shared only to people that know a “view only” or “view and edit” password.

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Sysax FTP Automation

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Web site: sysax.com/ftpauto/
Category: Network
Subcategory: File Transfer
Platform: Windows
License: Proprietary
Interface: GUI
Programing language:
First release: 2005
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Sysax FTP Automation – a file transfer automation program for Microsoft Windows® that supports SFTP and FTPS in addition to regular FTP.

It enables system administrators to easily automate both simple and complex recurring tasks. The tasks can be scheduled to run at any hour of the day or can be triggered to run whenever a change is detected in a monitored folder. It has many useful features such as transfer status monitoring, email notification, file (de)compression, task scheduler, FTP scripting, public key authentication, client side SSL certificates and detailed log files.

It is easy to install and does not require advanced IT skills to manage. The program can even be used as a direct replacement for the ftp.exe command line program that ships with Windows.

Sysax FTP Automation frees users from the tiresome task of manually transferring files on a regular basis. It produces consistent and reliable results and is very easy to setup and use. It can verify that files were transferred correctly and can even send out status emails automatically. Sysax FTP Automation is currently used by fortune 1000 companies, educational institutions, non profit organizations, and many small businesses worldwide.

Sysax FTP Automation supports SSH2 based SFTP, SSL/TLS based FTPS, and regular FTP. Public key authentication and client side SSL certificates are also supported.

LeafChat

LeafChat

Web site: leafdigital.com/software/leafchat/
Category: Network
Subcategory: IRC clients
Platform: Linux, OS X, Windows
License: GPL
Interface: GUI
Programing language: Java
First release: 2005
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LeafChat – an IRC client for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. Chat with your friends using popular IRC networks. LeafChat has a friendly, clean interface that doesn’t get in the way of your conversations. Connect to multiple servers at once on the same screen, so that it’s easy to keep up with all your friends. LeafChat is open source.

You can add features to LeafChat by installing ‘plug-ins’, which are pieces of Java software that run inside LeafChat.

Features:
– Connect to most standard servers – and, if your friends are in different places, connect to two, three or more at the same time.
– Chat in channels, in message windows, or through direct connection. Send files to others through DCC.
– Automatically log all conversations or just some. Set logs to be deleted after a few weeks, or never. View logs through a simple interface and export them to HTML for your web page.
– Create more complex functionality with built-in scripting based on Java™.

The project developer is Samuel Marshall.

AdiIRC

AdiIRC

Web site: adiirc.com
Category: Network
Subcategory: IRC clients
Platform: Linux (via Wine), OS X (via Wine), Windows
License: Proprietary, Freeware
Interface: GUI
Programing language: C#, .NET Framework
First release: 2005
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AdiIRC – a freeware IRC client with multiserver support and a highly customizable interface. It offers all the standard IRC features including private chats, basic Identd features, system information, SSL, IPv6, chat logging and DCC Chat/Transfers.

It also offers now playing support for various media players, advanced scripting, themes, MTS themes, plugins, and dockable/undockable activity monitors that lets you monitor many channels at once. The program stores all it`s settings in text files and does not require an installation.

Features:
– Threaded Multiservers
– System Informations
– DCC Chat/File Transfers
– Passive DCC Chat/File Transfers
– DCC (SCHAT/SSEND) secure Chat/File Transfers
– Fullscreen
– Opacity and Transparency
– Background Images
– Full Message Logging
– Easy Message Search
– SSL/TLS/STARTTLS/STS/IPV6 Connections
– Advanced scripting
– Advanced plugins API
– MTS Themes
– Theme packs Icons fonts colors sounds emoticons scripts
– Monitor Panels
– Spellchecker
– Adjustable nick column
– identd/DDE/Proxy support
– Nicklist/Treebar/Windows icons
– Advanced server list
– SASL support
– IRCv3 compatible
– Emoticons/Animated Emoticons
– Inline images/Animated gifs
– Colored emojis
– Blowfish
– Configurable Shortcuts
– Extremely configureable

AdiIRC requires Microsoft .NET 4.5 Runtime or higher installed which should already be installed if you are running Windows 7+,

ConnectedText

ConnectedText

Web site: connectedtext.com
Category: Network
Subcategory: Wiki
Platform: Windows
License: Commercial
Interface: Web
Programing language:
First release: 2005
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ConnectedText – a powerful but simple information management system. It is based on wiki principles. Indeed, it is best described as a personal or desktop wiki. Yet, to characterize it as a “personal” or “desktop wiki” does not even begin to do justice to it.

ConnectedText is so much more:
– It is a free-form note-taking and note-management application that allows you to keep an unlimited number of notes in one or many files. The information can be accessed at an instant through sophisticated full-text searches, which can span all open files. Navigation between topics is a breeze. ConnectedText works like a notebook with an unlimited number of pages, which can be linked with one another easily by wiki-type links.
– It is also a free text database with hyper-linking ability. This provides you with a fast and easy way to store, structure and organize all your notes. With ConnectedText you can master a tremendous quantity of information available and necessary to do well in today’s world
– It is a thinking tool or a work pad for your ideas and thoughts, allowing you to structure and organize them by means of categories and in many other ways. ConnectedText can be as simple or sophisticated as you wish it to be.
– It is a semantic desktop application that can help you better to understand the meaning of your data.
– It has a very capable outliner. ConnectedText’s outlining view works like a one-pane outliner. But it can also be made to work two-pane outliner. Topics can be dragged into the outline view, for instance.
– It can also be used as a clipboard collection tool. When the clipboard catcher is turned on, anything copied to the Windows clipboard is automatically transferred to a ConnectedText topic. You can also drag and drop information from almost any source on the Web or your computer.

uTorrent

uTorrent

Web site: utorrent.com
Category: Network
Subcategory: Peer2Peer Clients
Platform: Android, Linux, OS X, Windows
License: Proprietary, Adware
Interface: GUI, Web interface
Programing language: C++
First release: September 18, 2005
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μTorrent (or: uTorrent) – a proprietary BitTorrent client developed since 2005 by BitTorrent, Inc.

Features:
– Stream Instantly – Watch or preview torrents as they download, without waiting for the completed file.
– Convert, download and play in many formats – µTorrent Pro includes an HD media player or convert to play on any mobile device.
– Premium New Features – µTorrent Pro is always adding new features. Enjoy them at no extra cost.
– Anti-Virus Protection – Keep your PC safe by automatically scanning downloads for viruses and malware.
– Early Access – Gain access to updates and cutting-edge features before anyone else.
– No Ads – As a Pro user and a supporter of µTorrent, you can enjoy an ad-free experience.

ApexDC++

ApexDC++

Web site: apexdc.net
Category: Network
Subcategory: Peer2Peer Clients
Platform: Windows
License: GPL
Interface: GUI
Programing language: C++
First release: April, 2005
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ApexDC++ (previously: PWSDC++ and PeerWeb DC++) – an innovative DC++ program using the Direct Connect and ADC networks. ApexDC++ is based on StrongDC++ and offers enhanced features. ApexDC++ is free P2P software for community sharing using the DC++ protocol. It is Open Source software published under GPL-2 allowing anybody to contribute.

ApexDC features plugins and scripting through Lua and much more. Both operators and users alike should find it a pleasant experience.

Features:
– DHT Global Network
– LUA Scripting
– Segment downloading
– Intelligent file distribution
– Powerful Plugin API

The project has had four different names to this day, few which have been long forgotten, like it’s very first name PeerWeb StrongDC++ (PWSDC++) under this name the project existed only days or few weeks before it became PeerWeb DC++ (PWDC++).

MCabber

MCabber

Web site: mcabber.com
Category: Network
Subcategory: Instant Messengers
Platform: BSD, Linux, OS X
License: GPL
Interface: CLI
Programing language: C
First release: June 7, 2005
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MCabber – a small console based Jabber/XMPP client. MCabber includes features such as SASL/SSL/TLS support, MUC (Multi-User Chat) support, history logging, command completion, OpenPGP encryption, OTR (Off-the-Record Messaging) support, dynamic modules and external action triggers.

MCabber is released under the GNU GPL, and has been tested on GNU/Linux, BSD, Mac OS X and Cygwin.

Some features of mcabber:
– SASL/SSL/TLS support.
– MUC support (Multi-User Chat).
– PGP, OTR support
– Chat States support (typing notifications)
– History logging: If enabled (see the CONFIGURATION FILE section), mcabber can save discussions to text history log files.
– Commands completion: If possible, mcabber will try to complete your command line if you hit the Tab key.
– Input line history: Any message or command entered is in the input line history and can be reused easily.
– External actions: Some events (like receiving a message) can trigger an external action such as a shell script if you enable it in your configuration file. A sample events script (“eventcmd”) is provided with mcabber source code, in the contrib directory.
– Modules: mcabber can load modules (a.k.a. plugins) at runtime that extend its features.

QuteCom

QuteCom

Web site: qutecom.org (not active)
Category: Network
Subcategory: VoIP Clients, Instant Messengers
Platform: Linux, OS X, Windows
License: GPL
Interface: GUI
Programing language: C++, Qt
First release: June 25, 2005
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QuteCom (previously: WengoPhone) – a free, open source software SIP-compliant VoIP client developed by the QuteCom (previously OpenWengo).

The application is available for Windows, Linux, OS X and Windows Mobile. It allows users to make free phone calls over the Internet from one computer to other with SIP compatible software. You can also make calls to landlines or mobile phones, send SMS messages and make video calls. These functions are not associated with any specific SIP provider, and therefore can be used with any provider on the market.

The application is not under development any more, and the last version was released in 2011.